A PowerPoint with 6 passages. Students will determine what text evidence best supports the given character trait.
6 passages presented in a PowerPoint
Handouts to find the best supporting evidence
A sort for the character traits: greedy,
Included in this product are two pockets with the labels "fiction" and "non-fiction." Students will glue the pockets into their interactive notebooks and cut out the genre sorts to put in their pockets. I have color coded the "fiction" genres and
Use this product as "flip cards," "task cards," or for a "scoot activity."
Included are 25 passages and 3 challenge cards.
Students have to read 16 passages and determine the best text evidence that supports the given character trait. They have to
Restate the Question in your answer! Get students to understand the importance of answering questions in complete sentences.
Included in this product are:
1). An intro activity to help students understand the importance of writing in complete
Making Connections Interactive Notebook
Students will cut and glue pockets into their notebooks. They will cut and sort example connections to help them better understand the 3 types of connections -- Text-to-Self, Text-to-Text, and
-A leveled list of 137 character trait words
-137 character trait Word of the Week worksheets
-137 character trait Word Wall display
I have the words listed into 7 levels, because our 3-6 LA team introduces students to a set of words
Read a court case to determine which student is guilty of being insensitive.
Students will read a court case to the class, and the class will have to reach a verdict from the evidence that is presented -- Which student is insensitive? This is a fun
Students will pack their suitcase and journey to America.
Included are 2 documents. The first document is a worksheet that allows students to pick items to pack in their suitcase.
The second document is a simulation that the teacher will read to
Included is a list of 137 leveled character trait words. You can use this list to differentiate lessons.
Also included is 137 character trait worksheets. Students have to create their own character examples by writing what a character would “say,”
A fun and creative written report after conducting research on a famous person.
I have included research questions on pockets, "That's Good" and "That's Bad" posters for student presentations, student requirements, a sample teacher report, a
A sheet for students to record their writing projects on. Also included is a reference sheet for the types of writings: Personal Narrative, Informative/Expository, Fictional Narrative, and Opinion Writing.
Help students understand the difference between an idiom's literal meaning and figurative meaning.
I like to introduce my students to idioms by reading the book More Parts. We discuss the idioms in the book and discuss the difference
Two pages on Making Inferences for students to add to their interactive notebooks. The first page is their note page. Students can fill in the boxes. The second page is a practice worksheet for students to practice making an inference.
Included are 2 passages about the same event but from different perspectives. Students have to determine what point of view the passages are told from, what the advantages are for that point of view, and how the passages over the same event are
A fun and creative written report after conducting research on a famous Ohioan.
I have included research questions on pockets, "That's Good" and "That's Bad" posters for student presentations, student requirements, a sample report, a writing
A fun way to have students find text evidence to support their answer.
Students will read passages and grade a character on each character trait. After giving a grade, students will have to justify their answers by finding text evidence.
A fun and creative way for students to share their knowledge about synonyms and antonyms.
Students can choose from two writings -- A Breakup Letter or an Advice Column.
I have included a RAFT paper that allows students to pick from the two
A chart to pass out to teachers, the RTI team, etc. so they understand the different tiers.
A chart that can be printed on a poster when you have an RTI meeting with the coach, classroom teacher, parent, and student for Tier 3